35 Burst results for "One Of The Reasons"

The Left Has Ruined Professional Journalism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

The Left Has Ruined Professional Journalism

"What the left has done to the profession of journalism is exactly what the motto of The Washington Post owned by Jeff Bezos of Amazon. One reason I try to purchase anything over minimal amount of money from anywhere else on the Internet. It's nothing only reason. And what others to thrive and not just Amazon. Their motto is democracy dies in darkness. The darkness created by The Washington Post and the rest of the mainstream media. Is exactly what I fear will cause this death. That is in their motto.

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Early Voting Is Key to Success in Arizona Race

The Officer Tatum Show

02:04 min | Last week

Early Voting Is Key to Success in Arizona Race

"I'm going to be honest with you guys. I have no idea how Karen is even anywhere near carry. One reason is because I heard she put $20 million into a. Race that, you know, she had no business being there if you asked me. I mean, somebody, I guess, had to challenge the Trump Republican Kerry Lake. But Karen, in a primary, put an end to any $1 million is out of control. I never seen her anywhere on the campaign trail. She has no social media, and I say anywhere on the campaign trail, she's not in the circles that I'm in. Her people have never reached out to me for anything. Even before I supported Kerry, her team is never reached out to do anything with me or anybody else I know. I guess if you got enough money, you can be competitive. You don't even have to really have a good platform. You can jump in and raise late. You put 20 million in, you can be competitive and get 200,000 people to vote for you. But I was at Carrie Lake's party last night and the initial count care was down by like ten points. And I know a lot of people initially gave up on it. Which is weird to me, but they initially gave up on it. Some people thought the care is going to lose. But what people are not considering in this election in the primary and it's probably going to happen in the general. You're going to have people that do what we call early voting in the state of Arizona. A lot of people do early voting. Our participating early voting. And then the Trump lichens, I called him Trump against the Trump Republicans, believe that you should not vote early, meaning that you shouldn't send you vote through the mail. If you vote early, you take the early ballot, you fill it out, then you turn it in in person on election day, and that's what a lot of Republicans believe in, at least the trumps, because there's been so many issues with ballots being lost in the mail and all of the above, people literally physically need to go in, drop their ballot off.

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AR-15 style guns sold as a sign of manhood as shootings rise

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

AR-15 style guns sold as a sign of manhood as shootings rise

"The House oversight and reform committee finds U.S. gun makers made a $1 billion in sales of AR-15 style rifles over the past ten years In a hearing Wednesday House oversight and reform committee chair New York Democrat Carolyn maloney said two gun companies tripled their AR-15 sales revenues over the past three years A third Smith and Wesson saw its long gun sales nearly double Maloney says one reason is how they market their weapons That includes marketing to children praying on young men's insecurities and even appealing to violent white supremacists Kentucky representative James comer is a committee's ranking Republican Gun manufacturers do not cause violent crime Criminals cause violent crime There have been at least 15 mass killings this year 86 people dead 63 others injured all involved guns in 7 AR-15 style rifles Tim McGuire Washington

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Women Have Been Poisoned With the Idea of Being Like Men

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Women Have Been Poisoned With the Idea of Being Like Men

"One reason that I gave, I'm very interested, obviously, in hearing your reasons, which will go two momentarily. Is that women have for now two generations been told that their natural yearning to marry and have a family is actually not natural to being a female and is probably an inferior ambition to being like a man and being career oriented rather than family oriented. And having sex like men, and that is with the ability to have it and enjoy it with no commitment. No attachment, which is again something that runs against female nature. That there are females who enjoy that, is a fact, but so is the fact that seat belts kill. It's a rare fact and irrelevant to understanding what is going on.

Grayson Murray's Love Hate Relationship With Twitter

Fore The People

01:17 min | Last month

Grayson Murray's Love Hate Relationship With Twitter

"Why do you feel you get heat for throwing and snapping clubs when other people just get a free pass? I mean, so this is why I don't like Twitter. Does I feel like I'm always defending myself, all right? Like I always look like the bad guy. You know, they got these 5 guys. Whatever, we keep talking about they try to paint this picture to these guys, like these really good tissues, whatever. This image of the tour. They always post pictures of Rory signing autographs or whatever, like all the rest of us are out there signing as well, you know? So I'm always defending myself. It makes me look like I'm the world's against me. And I don't believe that. I don't think the world's against me. So that's one reason why I got rid of Twitter, but I mean, I don't know. I think I'm an easy target, like I think people just, they know, I'm going to respond to them, so they want to say some shit out there and they want to get a little bite from grace and Murray, which I give it to them. So Rory McIlroy is not out there tweeting to these guys like what they're saying to him and, you know, I think it's cool to be able to talk to your supporters and haters, you know? At a level, they can comprehend it. Like we're all just freaking human at the end of the day. Like these guys that make all this money, you think they're invincible and not human and can't relate to the rest of the people. Well, that's bullshit. I mean, the world for the people pod, right? We can all

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This Is What Happens When We Elect a True Constitutionalist President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | Last month

This Is What Happens When We Elect a True Constitutionalist President

"But you know something? This is what happens when a true constitutional president who appreciates originalism who appreciates the sanctity of the constitution is elected. And even places like New York must abide by the constitution. Shocker, huh? I remember early on with Donald Trump. I had a caller on the line, who was a great caller. Hated Trump. Hate Trump, I'm sure to this day. Some of them in their lifetime and said to me that after give me one reason why you're going to pull the lever for this real estate Mississippi reality star crude crash talking challenge row. They orange man. Give me one reason. And I said roe V wade. A couple of years ago. I can't believe the Supreme Court than in a relatively short period of time. We have now seen this monumental concurrence to decision.

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How Can We Stop the Upcoming WHO Treaty? Dr. Naomi Wolf Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 2 months ago

How Can We Stop the Upcoming WHO Treaty? Dr. Naomi Wolf Weighs In

"Want to ask you, what can we do to actually put brakes on the World Health Organization world health assembly? Is there still time left on the clock? What can be done? Yeah, well, these are the right questions to ask. I just want to say, I'm scared of that, too. Of course they're going to have their own police force in Canada when Trudeau declared martial law for 24 hours. There were extremely violent police slash military figures abusing protesters and they were un badged, right? They didn't police officer will have his name or her name. Because they're accountable. But these were unidentifiable, really scary people. Same thing in France. You're seeing them all over the world. And there are entities like Blackwater now called Chi, which can send militaries all over the world. So it's the easiest thing in the world to have these mercenaries come over the border now from Canada, or else I've raised this morning before their military age men pouring over the border from places like Afghanistan and Ukraine and the easiest thing in the world to send them to God knows where and to arm them to assist the World Health Organization. So I've been saying as you know for some time that we're at war, I don't want to be a war, but a war is being waged on us. And we have to face the fact. So what can be done? Well, first of all, I can not believe I'm saying this a lifelong former Democrat and child of hippies, but thank God for the Second Amendment. Because one reason that the United States is not entirely enslaved like Australia or Shanghai or Canada in many ways. We're relatively freer compared to those countries is that we have, you know, millions of owners of guns. And I'm a peaceful person. This should not be taken out of context. But it is harder to subjugate an armed population. And this is why our founders gave us the Second Amendment. For exactly times like these. They knew that it was harder to subjugate an armed population. But may that be the worst case scenario, I really hope that it does not devolve into Civil War, which is really what the next thing is in history. When you have an occupying force, which is what the WHO will be by next week. But there are very important things you can do at the state level. Sorry. New Hampshire passed a raft of really good bills in one of them is a Bill where basically they said to the federal government if, you know, you can try all you want to issue federal regulations or laws that are unconstitutional, but New Hampshire is not going to enforce them.

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 Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

"President Biden calls it a momentous day celebrating the bids by two once neutral nations to join NATO in response to Russia's Ukraine invasion The president says the U.S. fully backs applications from Finland and Sweden They meet every NATO requirement and then some And having two new NATO members in the high north will enhance the security of our alliance And would be a big embarrassment for Moscow which cited Ukraine's NATO aspirations as one reason for the invasion But Finland and Sweden face a roadblock Turkey says it's against their bids over terror concerns and other issues Finnish president Sully Nina says he's happy to discuss We condemn terrorism in

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Bill O'Reilly: Afghan Debacle Allowed ISIS to Reconstitute

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Bill O'Reilly: Afghan Debacle Allowed ISIS to Reconstitute

"And why do they want the American people to know that Because we are eliminating evil on this planet At a rate never before seen We are taking these people out we are destroying Trump destroyed ISIS And you know it's funny he doesn't really make a big deal out of that But what the Trump administration did to ISIS is historical And unfortunately now with Biden in the Afghanistan the allowed Al-Qaeda to reconstitute in the northeast part of Afghanistan which they are doing now And ISIS is back in western Iraq and northern Syria Now why are they back for one reason only to kill infidels in Americans are at the top of that list

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Sebastian Gorka Analyzes Leaked Draft Opinion of Roe v. Wade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Sebastian Gorka Analyzes Leaked Draft Opinion of Roe v. Wade

"Said gorka had a great monologue last night on Salem news channel. Let's play that Yuri. I want you to see and hear what doctor Sebastian gorka said, this aired on the Salem news channel, which is why you got to get the app download the app. We hope you're watching as well as listening to us on this great radio station. Sale news channel 24/7 and here was a unique video that doctor gorka posted last night shortly after this leak from Politico was revealed. Okay guys, the elite document from the Supreme Court has dropped less than an hour ago. This is an initial analysis. Number one, first thing, most importantly, this is all the proof you need that the deep state exists in every part of the government, not just the federal bureaucracy, but also the highest court in the land. Some left wing clerk or even a left wing associate justice has said we will break all precedent, never before, as a pre decision document of almost a hundred pages, then leaked to the press. This has been done for one reason alone, to sabotage the Supreme Court and to intimidate those who wish to send this abomination roe V wade back to the states. That's the first thing. Number two, we are winning. Not only science on the side of the pro life movement, this issue is so at a culminating point, the left has to attempt sabotage to stop it. Thirdly, this is the Democrat plan. They have no other platform with the state of the economy. The war in Ukraine, the disaster Afghanistan, the prices just for Staples, they can not pain on what they actually said they would do.

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Heather Mac Donald Describes the Practice of 'White Culling'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Heather Mac Donald Describes the Practice of 'White Culling'

"Now Heather McDonald welcome. It's always great to be with you here. You're fun to talk to and you've recently written a couple of pieces for the city journal that I thought we really should talk about them. I'd love to have you on to talk about them and thanks for coming by. What should we talk about first? I think the one about the museums, if you talk about we can talk about white calling at the Art Institute of Chicago. White culling, white whites are being told, yes, yes. This is a sort of one of the more explicit manifestations of the cultural moment we're in with Black Lives Matter. The accusation that western civilization is culpably white. The Art Institute of Chicago decided to terminate all of its docents for the one reason that they were white. And as such, they were seen as inappropriate to teach Chicago school children about the wonders of this extraordinary art collection. Or put another way whitey needs to shut up more. Exactly. I mean, really, like when I hear this stuff, you know, because I think I preserve what mental sanity I still have by looking away from many of these things because they're so horrifying. But it is astonishing. So the larger theme of the piece that you wrote at city journal is the art world, museums have, they've taken in. They've drunk the cultural Marxist

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Scientists worry virus variant may push up COVID cases in US

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Scientists worry virus variant may push up COVID cases in US

"Some scientists are worried that the latest virus variant may push up covert nineteen cases in the U. S. Dr Eric Topol who's the head of the Scripps research translational institute says it's inevitable we will see a BA to wave here adding the uptick should start in the next few weeks one reason pandemic restrictions have been lifted across the country and many people are taking off their masks and returning to restaurants and theaters right now the CDC shows overall covert nineteen cases have been trending down but they share caused by the highly contagious B. A. two variant is up significantly accounting for thirty five percent of new infections reported last week I'm Shelley Adler

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A Ukrainian Town Deals Russia One of the War's Most Decisive Routs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 5 months ago

A Ukrainian Town Deals Russia One of the War's Most Decisive Routs

"So I want to read a story here from The Wall Street Journal, Ukrainian town routes Russians. Starts actually on the first page of The Wall Street Journal here. This morning, which is hard not to admire the Ukrainian people who are fighting for their home against the Russian aggression. Ukrainian town deals Putin one of the most his most decisive routes. A Kalashnikov rifle swung over his shoulder, mikhailo sorico, spent this Tuesday driving through fields and forests picking up a dead Russian soldiers and taking them to a freezer railway car piled with Russian bodies. A rapid Russian advance into the strategic southern town of 35,000 people, a gateway to the Ukrainian nuclear power station in pathway to attack Odessa from the back would have showcased the Russian military's ability and severed Ukrainians key communication lines instead, the two day battle of details of which are now only starting to emerge, turned decisively against the Russians. Judging from the destroyed and abandoned armor, Ukrainian forces which comprised local volunteers and professional military eliminated most of the Russian battalion tactical group marked March 2 and three. Now, I'm going to continue to read the story here, find it. It's pretty awesome to see people rise up and defend their home. I have to say. The Ukrainian defenders performance against a much better armed enemy in an overwhelmingly Russian speaking region was successful. In part because of the widespread popular support for the Ukrainian cause, one reason the Russian invasion across the country has failed to achieve its principal goals so far. Ukraine on Wednesday said it was launching a counter offensive on several fronts, quote everyone is united against the common enemy. So the 32 year old mayor, a former real estate developer, turned wartime commander, who like other local officials moves around with a gun, we are defending our own land. This isn't going according to plan for the Russians, it

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Florida Is Not the Best State for Motorcycle Riding

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Florida Is Not the Best State for Motorcycle Riding

"This is from at pure Rennick on truth social Dan my daughter's 11 years old and we both are basically bride motorcycles The U ride motorcycles You're in a perfect state to do so Florida Well I would dispute that perfect state thing for one reason Florida especially in the summer it rains every day like clockwork If you're watching at Fox nation I seriously would move the camera to the window to my left right now where it is about to be 3 o'clock and it is about to rain fly I am not kidding I should think here You know what I'm gonna take a picture for you right now Hold on Jim don't let this go to Here's outside my window I'm gonna post this picture on true social during the break And I'm gonna show you how a two 38 Eastern Time It rains every day at 3 o'clock So the problem with the motorcycle in Florida you could get caught in The Rain every day if you're out at 3 o'clock Good Most floridians or ride motorcycles are smart enough and savvy enough but everyone knows the location of every bridge everywhere if you know what I mean If you ride a motorcycle but I'll be straight with you here I'm not suggesting you can't be safe on a motorcycle You can Don't be an idiot and I believe in freedom and liberty in Life is worth the risk for people who enjoy motorcycles and that's great But I did have two friends who were not smart and both named mark ironically both lost the same portion of their lower leg in motorcycle accidents and they were just being they would not be in smart And that kind of got in my head in early age and again I'm not trying to suggest that you can't ride a motorcycle safely you can no doubt about it And it's your choice but yeah it's one of that got my head in early age So you know I'm never gonna spin your wheels about

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Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:09 min | 6 months ago

Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

"Is it time for a complete overhaul of ATF? You know, that's an interesting question that's been debated by a lot of Second Amendment activists, because you get rid of the agency, there's still the laws in place that require the job to be done that they're doing. So let me just argue. We don't do away with ATF, but there's another agency that I would like to see redone or reimagine. That's called the core of engineers, okay? The deals with our water and everything else. But is there a way to take the ATF, get it back to its core competencies and not have it be a lightning rod for the Second Amendment issues? Well, you know, I think one thing you were saying earlier, there are some good people at the ATF. I mean, there are whistleblowers that come out. There are some people that we work with. I mean, there are. But typically it's been corrupt from the top down. And that's one reason why we so strenuously, oh my goodness fought to keep David chipman who was just an anti gun zealot from being confirmed. And I'll tell you that. That right there shows that the American people voicing their concerns can make a difference because there's no reason why in a Democrat Senate. I mean, I know it's 50 50, but with Kamala, you get the tie breaker. There's no reason why he shouldn't have been confirmed. I mean, just look at every judge that Biden puts up. They all get confirmed 51 50, okay? This should have been no different except we raised such a stink. And it wasn't just us. Other gun groups too, but just rallying the grassroots made a huge difference. And so not only did we keep the squishy Republicans against camp, but we even pulled even people beyond Joe Manchin of West Virginia. There were some other senators who were also saying, I just can't go with

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What Makes Entrepreneurs Unique?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 7 months ago

What Makes Entrepreneurs Unique?

"What is it that makes entrepreneurs. Distinctive or unique. Now some of you are probably entrepreneurs. And many of you are probably not. Your most people aren't. They're professionals or they are. They work in some salaried field. They're paid by the hour or by biweekly or monthly, but they don't live the entrepreneur's life, of course, raising the question of what is an entrepreneur's life, what makes it different. Many years ago, when I was at the Hoover institution, the director of Hoover, well-known economist named John raising a really nice guy kind of a roly poly guy, John rayson and I were flying in a private helicopter, not ours, of course. It belonged to a wealthy entrepreneur, we were flying across the San Francisco Bay, did this entrepreneur's estate? I was basically there because I was giving a little talk. I think I had a new book caught around then. And I remember John raising leaning over to me and saying, we were talking about the entrepreneur whose home we were going to visit, obviously, a kind of a palatial home and I believe Marin county. And one reason said to me, I bet I can do what that guy does. And I remember that kind of struck me because I can see why raising him was thinking that, raisin was an economist, so he was familiar with the world of business. In fact, in other words, this wasn't some like sociologist or Professor of romance languages. You know, I think I could run Amazon. No, this was a guy who actually had credentials in the economic field. And yet that question kind of nagged me of course I didn't say anything at the time. I just sort of nodded, but I was thinking to myself, can he? I mean, is it really the case that an academic who deals with economics could do what an entrepreneur does? And I think as I think about it, I realize that probably and I only say probably because you never know, the answer to that is no. He could not have done what that guy

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Why Townhall.com's Kurt Schlichter Decided to Self-Publish His Novels

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 8 months ago

Why Townhall.com's Kurt Schlichter Decided to Self-Publish His Novels

"And we are back with none other than town hall don't come, Kurt slater. Kurt explained to us your reason Kurt for self publishing your series of novels. Why self publish? Well, three reasons. The first reason is it's very hard to sell any kind of thick. There's such a glut out there and the publishers just don't want it. My agent can sell a non fiction book in about three ten. That's easy, a fiction book, almost impossible. You basically have to be a map that way or car, I forget his name, or Vince Flynn. Right. The guy who writes Vince Flynn thing. And then you can do it. But otherwise, it's going to be very hard. The second thing is, my stuff is outrageously conservative. It is going to terrify a publishing house. And in fact, the bulwark guys have attacked it as even though I would dare anybody to read any of the 6 books and tell me what color the main character is. Because it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. I don't care. Idris Elba wants to do the movie. Nobody would be happier than me. Or, you know, or anybody. It's so silly to me. The last thing is, if you do it right, you can do very well on self public. And I, you know, I'm all about multiple streams of income. I am a capitalist. I sell these books because they do, in fact, sell. And they've gotten as high as 29 out of all the books on Amazon. For a book I wrote here in

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Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

"Alex, you strike me as somebody who's, you know, a bit old fashioned because you're a journalist that actually looks for the truth and the fact. Can you explain to me as such, why you don't have a Twitter account anymore? What happened? Sure. Well, you know, I want to say something right off the top. There's probably a lot of things that you and I disagree about. I think that is a fair bet. Right? You know, I think we probably disagree pretty strongly, for example, about January 6th. But the reason that I, you know, I basically am a conservative media person now in terms of who will have me on is because the left is so intolerant of discussion about the coronavirus about the value of non pharmaceutical interventions by which I mean lockdowns and masks and school closures and other stuff that we did last year that basically proved useless as a lot of data shows. And now it's gotten even worse with vaccines and this is why I am no longer on Twitter. You know, I was very, very critical of a lot of things last year, but when I started to ask questions about the vaccines that people didn't like, you know, that's ultimately what got me banned from Twitter. And the irony is a lot of the stuff that I said, you know, starting both both last spring, but especially over the summer about how the vaccine seemed to be losing any power to stop infection or transmission. I mean, those are essentially conventional wisdom right now, which is one reason why there was this desperate push for boosters. But you know I said it three months too early and I got banned for it. It's crazy

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"one reasons" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"one reasons" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"It's official donald. Trump is no longer the president of the united states. As i speak. Joe biden and kamala harris are being inaugurated are being sworn in to their positions and we are about to enter a very new era of national politics of federal politics. I don't expect that it will be easy. In any way we have over-simplified our problems in the sense that we have blamed many of our deep systemic problems that predated trump. We have blamed many of those things on him including police. Brutality mass incarceration when those things were fully entrenched before he ever took office. But i want to say. And i want to talk about this this one thing today. I wanna say the one reason why. I'm going to have a serious degree of grace and patients with both joe biden and kamala harris. That i think a year ago. I probably would not have offered. Had the two of them been sworn in but a lot has happened over the past year. Let me tell you why. I'm going to have grace as they began this extremely difficult journey. Let me unpack and explain it. This is shaun king. You're listening to the breakdown. The breakdown the breakdown. If you've ever listened to this podcast or if you follow me on social media you've ever seen or heard me on the campaign trail for bernie sanders you know that. I've been a huge huge critic of joe biden and in particular. I've been a huge critic of his is policies and history and and kind of problematic past on issues of mass incarceration the war on drugs and policing and win this presidential campaign particularly we go all the way back almost two years now on the democratic primaries i started <hes> there was no coronavirus pandemic. There had been no attack on the american capital and the four hundred thousand plus people who've now died over the past nine months they were they were all alive and what has happened to our nation over the past year truly makes it arguably one of the most difficult years in modern american history of certainly over the past few generations at the very least. It's just been an unspeakably difficult year. And the truth. Is that all of the things that made twenty twenty so hard as we saw just continued into twenty twenty one now with trump out of office and with him off of twitter and i. That's no small thing. I i wasn't. I was on break from the podcast when he was booted from twitter and didn't get really didn't get a chance to really unpack it but having him off of twitter is damn near as big as having him out of the white house. Twitter was his superpower and with him no longer their misinformation and hate and so much other things so many other things just plummeted all over social media particularly on twitter. He he we now. Fully understand was the epicenter of hate and misinformation on that platform. And when you remove him all of a sudden so many other negative metrics plummeted as well now hate and racism and bigotry. Don't disappear when you remove him from twitter. But having trump out of office without the power of that position about the power to appoint judges and supreme court justices and cabinet members and white house staffers in without the power of executive actions without him and his incompetent team overseeing the a horrible response to the coronavirus pandemic a competent team can now be put in place and so a lot of the things that made twenty twenty difficult. Some of those things continue into twenty twenty one though with trump out of office his administration out of office and with him off of twitter. I think there are some things that will get better with that sale. Joe biden comma. Harris are literally about to begin. What i think will be the most difficult presidency in our lifetime

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"one reasons" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"one reasons" Discussed on Trent365

"That little pool of wisdom. I picked up on facebook where somebody posted. We need a million reasons that go but only one reason to stay now. It was facebook so presumably. It was in the context of a relationship but when i saw that i thought that pretty much applies to everything in locked and it certainly imply a applies to just about everything in business. Think about it from a career point of view you can think of a million reasons why you should change your job a million reasons why you should go but then you can just find that one reason to stay and it might just be that safety and security because making a change going somewhere else is an unknown and that's a risk and we don't like generally to take a lot of risk think about it from your business perspective. They can be a million reasons why you should change your particular advertising strategy or marketing strategy your your distribution strategy but then you only need one strategy. Sorry one reason to stay in the path. i'll look. I just made asylum. Must be a great system. And i think it's worth remembering particularly at a time like this where there's so much uncertainty a lot of people i think are a maybe sort of for making those decisions and they desperately looking for that one reason not to make a change because there is so much uncertainty out there and that's okay given the uncertainty in the world right now but then once you start to get a bit of stability and at some point you need to understand that they will come a tipping point they will come a tipping point where those million reasons to do something differently. Outweigh that one reason that you have to stay. I just thought it was an interesting perspective. Saying facebook can actually teach you things already that is for today. I do think if your time and we'll be back again tomorrow..

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"one reasons" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"one reasons" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"That little pool of wisdom. I picked up on facebook where somebody posted. We need a million reasons that go but only one reason to stay now. It was facebook so presumably. It was in the context of a relationship but when i saw that i thought that pretty much applies to everything in locked and it certainly imply a applies to just about everything in business. Think about it from a career point of view you can think of a million reasons why you should change your job a million reasons why you should go but then you can just find that one reason to stay and it might just be that safety and security because making a change going somewhere else is an unknown and that's a risk and we don't like generally to take a lot of risk think about it from your business perspective. They can be a million reasons why you should change your particular advertising strategy or marketing strategy your your distribution strategy but then you only need one strategy. Sorry one reason to stay in the path. i'll look. I just made asylum. Must be a great system. And i think it's worth remembering particularly at a time like this where there's so much uncertainty a lot of people i think are a maybe sort of for making those decisions and they desperately looking for that one reason not to make a change because there is so much uncertainty out there and that's okay given the uncertainty in the world right now but then once you start to get a bit of stability and at some point you need to understand that they will come a tipping point they will come a tipping point where those million reasons to do something differently. Outweigh that one reason that you have to stay. I just thought it was an interesting perspective. Saying facebook can actually teach you things already that is for today. I do think if your time and we'll be back again tomorrow..

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"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's one reason the stock is up 8% now. Marketplaces Kristen Schwab has this teachable moment. So despite the pandemic, Tesla has been doing really well. It's one of the most expensive stocks on Wall Street and hit an all time high in July with a value of more than $600. What's the point of chopping up the stock? Though? Well, a 5 to 1 stock splits one share into five, both in quality and price for investors. This means if you had one share now, you have five. Each stock is worth less. But collectively, the value of your shares is the same. But for potential investors it makes the stocks seem more accessible because it reduces the cost per share. OK, cheaper. But really, so what? Well inflated stocks are intimidating to small investors were talking about individual people who trade on their smartphones. And Tesla has a stronger following among these types of investors than big institutional ones. So stock splitting encourages more trading within the very group that helped test last stock becomes so valuable Split goes into effect after markets close on August 31st but it's already had an impact. Tesla's stock jumped as much as 6% in after hours trading yesterday, and it hasn't been the only company to do this lately. Apple announced a 4 to 1 stock split in July, and experts say this could be a trend that we might see other high value companies follow suit. Alright, Kristen. Thank you. Turning to markets. The S and P 500 index is getting close to its all time high of 33 93 Again. It's a 33 77 of 1.3% this morning. The Dow is up 260 points 1%. The NASDAQ is up 1.9%. The consumer price index that's the inflation that we all live went up 6/10 of a percent in July. Fuel is a big part of it. New car prices cutting against what you may feel at the grocery store food prices fell 4/10 of a percent last month after.

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"one reasons" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That's one reason for this pop of test site that's been set up here at Moakley Park on Columbia Road right behind me. There are over half a dozen white tents that will act as testing stations. This free pop up site will begin operating today and running through August 15th. No appointment needed in South Boston James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio teaching this fall, the American Federation of Teachers, Massachusetts is now calling for 100% remote learning at least for the first few weeks of the fall school year. Now, the union is also raising concerns about delays in getting test results. Also, they're concerned about the lack of hot water. Adequate ventilation and space for social distancing in some of the older school buildings in Massachusetts last week, another big union, the Massachusetts Teachers Association, also called for remote learning this fall. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says in person learning does offer a psychological benefit to Children who may also rely on school meals. During a briefing with Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, a felt she also said the main thing to consider is this. The primary consideration should always be the safety, health and the welfare of the Children as well as the teachers, however, foci as there is a road to possibly offering in person classes this fall if the infection rate is so low That is very little chance of there being infection spread and you should feel okay about doing it. All right. It's 11 08 and it's time for Bloomberg Business News. Joining us Now live is Tracy jockey Laurie, we're told Wall Street is willing to bet there will be a deal on a new virus relief bill before the Senate heads off on its summer break this Friday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is meeting with GOP senators over lunch and then heading into another round of talks with Democratic leaders. That Ben is helping the down quite a bit. It is up 82 points and close to its high of the day. The NASDAQ is a shaving a few points from its record now, only about one point higher the SNP is up. Five. I'm Tracy Junkie. Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio. Tracy. Thank you coming up at 11 15 this morning. More details about Tropical Storm is a yes as it marches towards New England. Grafton tell you there's a problem on your commute, but only Delhi Busy can tell you why And for how long, delicate. Busy traffic on the threes on Lian W B z Boston's NewsRadio introducing.

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"one reasons" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"But for it was one reason in particular it was my helmet hair I was born with him and here I'm trying to cut it a bunch of times even buzz in it but it immediately just goes back down there geico motorcycle fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston for the first time in weeks the wife of a Broadway actors so sick with covert nineteen that he had to be put into a coma can say I can't express how how happy I am today the clues telling ABC news he is officially away after nearly six weeks battling the corona virus she says the disease hit Nick Cordero fast and hard we have a man who is perfectly healthy forty one years old and we just thought he was tired and then this is what has happened he suffered damage long strokes sepsis and blood clots that forced doctors to amputate his leg Amanda says Nick is just starting to respond to questions looking up to say yes and looking down to say no and she knows we still have a very long way ahead of us a long road ahead of us but but we're on our way Amanda says she can't wait to get them home I'm not gonna let it leave my side I can't wait to be reunited with them I miss them like crazy for what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news fourteen twenty W. B. S. M. new Bedford's news talk station this is Keren from boiling springs South Carolina officer Martin calling from beautiful Strafford county New Hampshire and.

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"one reasons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The number one reason to go to Morongo casino resort spa you can win a Mercedes C. three hundred this Sunday Rundle casino resort and spa good times KFI AM six forty nine even say the word feel like we just got nine emails you guys are so pro vaccine anti vaccine vaccine throwback theme acts I back cedars and I like the south I'm having a good time buy KFI AM six forty M. dot com this is coast to coast AM with George and then it's a great song from twenty seventeen called New World Robert Plant a mistake of the voice there were talking with rain the writer director of a new film called somebody's daughter about two murders and and abductions of indigenous women.

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"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One reason Congress still use pesticides despite their health affects his obvious cost remember sulfur is cheap fifty cents per pound alternatives can cost up to two hundred times more Lisa blacker the pesticide safety expert at UC Davis says if not for so for some growers would have to up their prices and others would stop growing grapes altogether given that soul for is the number one product to use to control powdery mildew if that went away wine and table grapes and raisins would be really expensive she says there's no need to ban sulfur it just needs to be closely regulated anything that we do to reduce the offsite movement of pesticides is good so monitoring wind speed and direction a lot of great growers do night applications because they are trying to just minimize the exposure to people because more people out during the day your spring in a situation where grapes are only on one side of you it's best to be spring into the vineyard Lisa says there could be even more stringent regulations near home schools and roads but that is not likely to happen Karen Morrison is with the California department of pesticide regulation she says her department is aware of the UC Berkeley study on children and their proximity to Seoul for spraying but they won't change any regulations in response to it she says that's because it's an epidemiological study epidemiology studies are really challenging for us to use in that they show a correlation between events but they don't show causation and we tend to rely on toxicological studies that more directly show that the use of a parasite causes some sort of long term effect a toxicological study would expose a mouse or other animal to a certain amount of sulfur and measure the effect Karen says so firm is one of the safest pesticides around we do think that what's in place currently is protective for the people of California when applications are made correctly.

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"one reasons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Mar in a I and their rabid anti semitism and bigotry and then you look how the tree trunk who never said a single thing about their race and now how he Ali defends against Elijah Cummings he never said a single thing about the man's race why single thing about the people of Baltimore or the race of many of the people of Baltimore you can see what we're up against ladies and gentleman you can see what we're up against a high style media they're not a free press they do not stand on the shoulders of the patriot press they do not believe in the pursuit of objective truth you've got a new generation of reporters Chuck Todd Jake tapper Democrats merry did Democrats Chris Matthews and on and on and on you are there for one reason and one reason only to advance the progressive agenda to elect Democrats had to advance social activism of the radical kind professor Jay Rosen and others like him of his ilk have had an enormous influence as has the Democratic Party itself which is fine so many of these so called reporters how much time do I rich come all I Harrison Detroit yesterday cut eight go the idea that this president.

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"one reasons" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"I believe one of the reasons the opioid crisis got to wear to the levels of where affected so many lives because clinically as providers, you know, to each their own in terms of how you learn. But I feel one provider stone pow paid enough. And I'm going to name specific group, but providers power paid enough. They don't touch and and see what's going on. They don't communicate with the muscle to see let the muscle tell you. How feels? And I see I treat many patients with pain and even before we stick a needle in. There's a lot of times where we can decrease the pain significantly or moderately or even just a little bit. But we can decrease the pain to a significant amount. Just by doing some work, some investigative work. And then also applying our principles I have certain principles. I use treating muscles. For instance. I was the muscles above pre muscles below for are, no muscles below. Then you focus on the muscles. Above either way, you're gonna focus on the the origin and insertion Ryan I can get into that. In later shows. Even I was thinking about trying to start a system where I can teach other healthcare providers about these theories, it's applying a tradit-. Chinese medicine concepts with. Biomed anatomy and physiology, and it is beautiful. And what is the result people are in less pain? So when you combine your theory in the muscle work. It's acupressure I do acupressure acupuncture is not supposed to be sometimes it is soft. Sometimes it's a little rough. It's supposed to be therapeutic. That's the goal. So you know, you combine these different therapies in Walla, you have better outcomes. And guess what? Someone didn't have to go on opioids. I was just reading something recently where eighty percent of heroin users were opioid addicts. I have let me find that that stat. And then I will post it. On this podcast blog. You'll be able to find it for today's date and under resources resource section. So you know, that's staggering. Because now if you I am I can't think of the name is it the Sackler family that's being sued right now that's responsible for you know, pushing the drug OB pushing opioids into the market. I don't I think sometimes in society, we we like to just blame one person we like to find the culprit right there. But I mean, there's many different. There's many different levels of blame in this in this arena here I in in because of all the people who have died, it's justified and to be honest. I didn't understand the problem. I wasn't wrapping my head around the problem as much as in the beginning as much as I could because it was just. Going over my head. The only thing I knew was okay. These these patients are taking this pain medication to me. I don't care what you're taking. Okay. It'd be Tylenol Advil. Obviously there's going to be exceptions to the rule and not everyone's the same in some people may need certain things than than others. Right. More than others other patients, but made to me, I see Cain pain medication as pain. Medication? I unless there's a severe case, right and the treatments not working or the case may be all right? Then. You know, we can then, you know, those those circumstances in explain themselves, but. Overall. If. When it comes down the pain. Okay. I'll tell you this much when it comes down to pain or pain medication to me. It's like, okay. I don't care what you're taking because our goal is to get you down.

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"one reasons" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"A show dedicated to helping you become a stronger person a place to grow your mind and empower with fullest crunch on this and cell phone. The mind body do to help. Once. It's the mind. It's going on Carlos E. Jess Lisek plagiarism Listrik healthcare provider. Yeah. Sometimes I like to be a little kooky in my world. Sat a word kooky not like cookie, but kooky my Santa right? But you know, what is life? I think life is should be light hearted. There are serious moments. Very serious moments. A lot of times where you shouldn't be joking around or we need to be focused, and it's or it's life and death not in not even your so, but despite all those obstacles, right? I think you can get through a lot of things better for like hearted. So where did I wanna talk to you about today? I, you know, this is just my theory. I and one of the things I wanted to speak about Why's this is not some this is just from what I've seen clinically one of the reasons I believe the opioid crisis was so huge is because we have this. I'm culture were so frown. As to have our primary. Primary care providers diagnose diagnose diagnose, many, take quick simple water. Hi, Nel a. Vice thank you. By the way, no ice drinks, unless it's really hot. And today it's really hot in Cali. So, but anyways, I believe one of the reasons the opioid crisis got to wear to the levels of where affected so many lives because clinically as providers, you know, to each their own in terms of how you learn. But I feel one provider stone pow paid enough. And I'm going to name specific group, but providers power paid enough. They don't touch and and see what's going on. They don't communicate with the muscle to see let the muscle tell you. How feels? And I see I treat many patients with pain and even before we stick a needle in. There's a lot of times where we can decrease the pain significantly or moderately or even just a little bit. But we can decrease the pain to a significant amount. Just by doing some work, some investigative work. And then also applying our principles I have certain principles. I use treating muscles. For instance. I was the muscles above pre muscles below for are, no muscles below. Then you focus on the muscles. Above either way, you're gonna focus on the the origin and insertion Ryan I can get into that. In later shows. Even I was thinking about trying to start a system where I can teach other healthcare providers about these theories, it's applying a tradit-. Chinese medicine concepts with. Biomed anatomy and physiology, and it is beautiful. And what is the result people are in less pain? So when you combine your theory in the muscle work. It's acupressure I do acupressure acupuncture is not supposed to be sometimes it is soft. Sometimes it's a little rough. It's supposed to be therapeutic. That's the goal. So you know, you combine these different therapies in Walla, you have better outcomes. And guess what? Someone didn't have to go on opioids. I was just reading something recently where eighty percent of heroin users were opioid addicts. I have let me find that that stat. And then I will post it. On this podcast blog. You'll be able to find it for today's date and under resources resource section. So you know, that's staggering. Because now if you I am I can't think of the name is it the Sackler family that's being sued right now that's responsible for you know, pushing the drug OB pushing opioids into the market. I don't I think sometimes in society, we we like to just blame one person we like to find the culprit right there. But I mean, there's many different. There's many different levels of blame in this in this arena here I in in because of all the people who have died, it's justified and to be honest. I didn't understand the problem. I wasn't wrapping my head around the problem as much as in the beginning as much as I could because it was just. Going over my head. The only thing I knew was okay. These these patients are taking this pain medication to me. I don't care what you're taking. Okay. It'd be Tylenol Advil. Obviously there's going to be exceptions to the rule and not everyone's the same in some people may need certain things than than others. Right. More than others other patients, but made to me, I see Cain pain medication as pain. Medication? I unless there's a severe case, right and the treatments not working or the case may be all right? Then. You know, we can then, you know, those those circumstances in explain themselves, but. Overall. If. When it comes down the pain. Okay. I'll tell you this much when it comes down to pain or pain medication to me. It's like, okay. I don't care what you're taking because our goal is to get you down. Right. I do know we do have to know what you're taking. So that you don't have any drug interaction. But my goal is to get you down. Right. And for a lot of patients a lot of patients that I was working with I love hearing. Yes. You know, what I'm taking less pain? Medication? I'd have to take as much rain medic. I didn't have to I wanna day without tavern and take pain medication. You know? I'd have to take the pain medication. It's a good feeling all I knew was were fighting against you're fighting against this. You know, people are in pain, and they're trying to get better. And when you. I mean, we can go on and on with this. You know, the destructive Ness on the psyche. And you know, in a way, you know, though, that was the thing is I in a way it's like, you know, when I was treating patients it's seems like in. That's why I love being an acupuncturist. That's why I love acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, and I like being at this at this time because at this time, hey, you have a lot of good hearted people working the medicine, and obviously there's always a few bad apples in every group ri-. But for the most part, yes, a large majority of the people pushing for. A system of medicine that may not be fully understood but helps significantly and how do we integrate so for today? What I wanted to talk about was how do we what do we? Help reduce this pain. Right. So you know, you've how pay you can do massage you can do higher practic treatment, Rakia, whatever the case may be. Maybe there's a facia problem. Maybe there's a problem with the tendon. Maybe you know, it's the muscle may be it's the there's some inflammation going on on all levels. But before you in get in. And you know, that's the thing is that. I once again, is my opinion, I feel I you know, if we can expand our scope in these in more, non evasive therapies in really step out. And even that's why I created this podcast. That's why I'm doing this podcast to let you know. Because I have all this stuff all the stuff that needs to get out. So besides that please check out the website feel free to give us a Ray a rating on on itunes, say pod rating on itunes on your ipod. Or if you're listening from tune in or Spotify health, people to find the show helps other like-minded mind body individuals grow. So yeah, let's do it. This world has loud. It's of issues that we can solve and solutions are needed. So please apply. This is the mind body, dude. Wishing you the best. He's. Thanks for listening to the mind body, dude for more information and for more resources, please. Visit the mind body, dude dot com.

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"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Want to tell Bree might be. That's why they need to ask him a bunch of questions any hearing under oath. We all suspect. He was there for one reason one reason to the with the investigation. Sessions. Former attorney general Jeff Sessions Whitaker replaced him sessions recused himself and wouldn't protect the president's inspired because he would protect the president is more or less. Whitaker who's written nasty things about investigations hired with no visible qualifications? The office. Obviously for the purpose of protecting the president, Ramon, whatever's obvious to Nadler, if you want the public to believe it. He's got his show it in a hearing. Yes. He's committee needs to ask questions and make sure Whitaker answers them. Does the letter full of topics that Nadler's working on this is the questions that we can't tolerate this? Correct. Okay. That's what I'll say that we see in the background is Erin Nadler's deputy chief counsel, errands. One of the two people are now there's core staff who's allowed sometimes to speak into a microphone. He believes really hard in his job instead of saying the country, he'll say the Republic one question, we should discuss. Whether we should prepare a subpoena for Whitaker, even though we wouldn't hopefully would never have to use it, which is certainly prepared mainly questions. Belligerent glade. We're doing something. Now learn his staff or considering deploying the biggest weapon they have early in the game the.

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"one reasons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be here. So we've talked in the past about some of the many influences that have gone into your music over the years. As a percussionist yourself you drawn to mallet percussion. It seems marimba his African especially west African music. But now I'm hearing that there's also been in recent years kind of a bow house influence how does that manifest itself in music? Well, that influences actually always been there with me. I grew up in Vienna in Austria and Vienna had a fantastic period of creativity in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century before World War One and then also after World War One actually in the in the in the time between the world wars. And so the. In the presence of architecture and visual art from that time has kind of been with me since I've been an infant. I guess I think a lot in terms of geometrical shapes symmetry equilibrium disturbance of equilibrium. And of these kinds of things when I compose music. I I start often with visual images before I even get to sound. And is that why we hear words like pattern and space and transformation in so many of your titles? That's definitely one reason. And then you also mentioned African culture, which is another great influence for me. And they also deal with cognitive phenomena. That's I think something that people in the rest of the world often don't quite understand. It's not the image that we get of Africa. People think African music is all about groove. And of course, I love groove. But it's about plea. Being tricks on your condition a lot of diamond and and using acoustical and in their visual. Art, also optical illusions in that way. I think that African music in general, and of course, it's such a huge continent. So it's it's really wrong to generalize like that. But it has something very architectural about it and something very plastic about it. So I often feel that when I compose music I'm actually making sculpture that I walk around the sculpture. And I look at it from different sides might interest. I think comes about and taking for example, thought processes that originate in African culture and combining them with something like a thought process that comes from, you know, the first half of twentieth century European visual art or something seems disparite. But I think that by putting together these disparate elements. Interesting things can result. I well. Let's talk about an interesting piece that you've written called thinking songs, which is. Rumor has it. This is a really incredibly difficult piece for marimba, and it was written for a specific Miranda's, right? Was actually written for sixteen marimba hosts, it was commissioned by a consortium that Arik beach from so percussion. Yeah. Put together he had this idea. He contacted me and said do you want to write a solo marimba, and let me get together a group of people to commission it, and so he did and all of these players. He got together are just absolutely amazing. And one of them is Jay Jong. She is the first one who has learned the entire piece it consists of five movements. It's like a sweet, and especially the third movement. Which is if you if if you want maybe kind of the core movement of peace, and it is I think the most difficult piece in the marimba literature and proud of yourself for that. Not necessarily. I actually I must say writing this piece for solo marimba was one of the most difficult tasks I've ever faced as a composer. And it took me believe it or not ten years to write this piece. It's a half hour long fees. It took me ten years off and on. And in the meantime, those poor marimba so that had commissioned the twelve ready ready to Lynch me. But finally, they got the peace, and no I did not particularly aspire to write the most difficult piece. But what I did aspire to do is. I wanted to do something new for the instrument that hasn't been done before. And that's something that is always very important to me. Let's hear.

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"one reasons" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

The Shelia Diaries

08:59 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

"Necessary unless you are training for a competition competition or you have a specific goal in mind for most of us. Yeah it doesn't have to have that sort of production deduction level quality. We can go with something where we just incorporate exercise into our daily routine right so you want to look for times when you can just fit something in and you have heard this before but you just haven't done it so ask. Why have I not done this? And so you're going to just take a moment or two you know when you're out about and you're doing something start to incorporate it in your day. Hey you know you're going to the mall. You're going to the grocery store you're going to the doctor's office. Where do you park? I want to be as close most of the worst possible because I don't want to have to walk. No incorporate exercise into your daily routine and say you know what I'm GonNa Park a little a little bit further away and you know what I'm going to take the stairs up and stares back down and that's how you start to get a little a little bit more exercise into every day because you're incorporating it into your current routine things that you're already eighty doing and so it doesn't feel like something extra extra right number three okay so. Let's talk. Uh about convenience. The House that I live in the neighborhood that I live in like the part on the street read where we are yet doesn't have any sidewalks but this is probably the most dog walking the people running bicycle going community. I have ever lived in. These people are out. I mean if you're in a car you're constantly trying to figure out who you're not going to hit because there and that many people out in so convenience plays a large convenience can be very large factor for you right if you live in a neighborhood where hey I'm on the highway so I can't really you know. Walk out my door and go for quick. Walk actually have to get it in my car and drive to park. So is that the the lifestyle that's going to work for you. You know if you're already in that situation then yes you're going to have to work with it but if you're trying to decide where you live and how you WanNa live buying a house leasing an apartment where your company's office might might be you know we're where you're working right. All of those things come into play in terms of convenience because if it's not convenient lenient you're not going to want to do it if you decide you want to join a gym and it's on the other side of town and you. We know that you like to work out right after work. You tell me how many days you're going to want to get in your car to work and drive twenty five minutes across town to to get to the gym that you know by the time you get there. There is going to be really crowded. That just doesn't sound convenient. The full drive in. You're trying to work in like that'll be one of those things that will keep you from wanting to go and in the end you probably won't go. You know what I've done with my life. We live in a neighborhood where I can walk out the door and go. Oh four walk or go for a run. My husband can take his bike he can hop on it and he can go for a bike ride where we live live matters so much to us in terms of us being able to do those little things that keep us healthy thirty and sane. Because you know that's where a lot of the value comes in right being saying and being able to get out and do those the things that keep us sane so look for things that are convenient. You know if there's a park that you know as close Oh spies started going to that close part if you can just go for a walk or a run in the neighborhood that you live in and you don't have to drive somewhere how how easy it is to say. You know every day after work. I think I'm going to add You know at a ten minute walk in as as just that time to sort of transition from my professional life to my personal life and that will help me both mentally and physically. How about that that for convenience? That's just one of the ways that we can make our lives a little bit more convenient eh when we talk about how to add in health and fitness with out going overboard with out during extra gym membership ship. Have that Jim Close. You live in a neighborhood where you can easily get out and walk if your work environment doesn't have like like a built in jam or something like that. Is there an area where you go outside during your break during your lunch and take a walk. Is it in in a complex where you can at least get some fresh air and sunshine and get a few steps in right. That's what you WANNA look at. How convenient can I make it to fit in some exercise all right last one and and I sort of hinted about this earlier start small okay? Everything doesn't have to be all all extra. It doesn't have to be the most is you can start with that ten minute walk after work that Tim Minute walk before work you you can start with saying. Hey I'm just GONNA go for very slow run every Saturday and Sunday for the first month and that's how I'm going to start but whatever it is you do schedule it and stick with it. Try to make sure that whatever it is. You're doing when you start small commit to it by making it really convenient for you and you've heard some of these tips before the whole. Leave your shoes by the door right when you walk in already. Have your change of close right there so that you don't have to spend a whole lot of time thinking about what you're GonNa put on and what you're GonNa wear because you did that the night before four those are the things that will really help you toward fitting exercise and you're busy busy. You don't have a lot of time to just be spending trying to find what you're GonNa wear or where your second shoe is or what time the gym opens. It's you know it's much easier if you've already set the shoes up. If you already have a space in your community where you know you can just go for quick ten in minute. Walk to get something in and that it doesn't have to be all extra. These are ways you can start to fit that exercise. This is in because we're all busy people and we're all trying to be healthy infant and then we've all got these responsibilities. That were just is like she loved. When I get to the end of the day I WanNa do anything else you know but if you take the time to commit yourself to one small step schedule incorporate a little bit more exercise into your routine and find easy and convenient ways to do it? I guarantee you you will start bidding more exercise in you. That's been your challenge. I'm talking to you about what your solutions can be giving you a place to start for tips ups here. I hope you try them. I hope they work for you. And then we'll move forward with more healthy and fit goals for twenty nine eighteen. Good luck to you..

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"one reasons" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

The Shelia Diaries

09:52 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

"I'm doing to stay healthy and fit in twenty nine teen so here we go today. I am telling you why you're not healthy and fit the number one thing that is holding you you back. I frequently have a lot of people. Ask Me. Hey Sheila I want to be healthy and fit like you see your videos on in Youtube. I see you posting on facebook that you're at the gym at five fifteen in the morning. She I am still in the bed asleep. I don't know how you do it. I WanNa be that person who is healthy and bit too. But I don't have the time I don't have the energy. I have too so much stuff on my plate. But you motivate me. So what can I do. What should I do? That's what I hear from people and here it. Is these four tips for busy people. Because guess what that's generally who I'm around. I'm around busy a busy people like they're working all the time they're in school. They have family obligations. They have organizational national responsibilities because maybe they hold leadership positions. They are busy people and then they look at me and they go wait. Sheila's busy too. But somehow she's getting it done. What am I missing here? You for tips here. You're four tips. Because here's the thing you have not committed because you don't have a good why you don't have a good reason season there is something that is not motivating you when you find what that one thing is been you will get up and you will get get out the door for your walk or he will go down the street To your jam or the park or go for bike ride. Whatever it is his? You'll do it once you understand. What is going to motivate you? What your why is for me? I started Out because I just wanted to be healthy. I just wanted to be a person who when I got up I felt good and I looked good and in a sentence I suppose I sup- valued myself. That was really it. It was not going to be about. I can't do this because I have other things to do. Well here's the thing you're out doing for other groups of the organizations other people other jobs and if you're not doing it it might not get done or they might have been more efficient way of doing it or they might from someone else. How many jobs have you so you been hired for? Were after you left. They called you up and said you know what we really need you to come back. Two months later they called you backup. You know. We really need to come back a year later. Five years ten years. Think back. How many of those jobs if they ever call you up and say we really need for you to come back? No No. They didn't because guess what you were expendable to them. But here's the thing you're not expendable to yourself so instill intil you try to find that one motivating reason or maybe you have more than one that helps you understand how you should value yourself. I self this one light that you get. You're just going to keep giving yourself excuses and busy people frequently. Tell me they don't have time. That's probably one of the biggest reasons that I hear. Sheila I don't have time. Oh my gosh you know. And I'm tired and I've got other things going on and maybe I don't have the money or equipment or I don't feel comfortable. Oh I don't know what I'm doing. Yeah there's a whole lot to it but most of the time they say I don't have time I can't fit it in. I don't know how you do it. Okay so I'm going to talk about four tips tips for busy people who want to try to fit it okay So this this is going to be like a no. Oh excuse piece pure four things and I'm GonNa Start with number one. This is the number one thing you can do food schedule. It like you schedule everything else. Put It on a calendar. Treat it like it's an appointment if you have a call coming in and and you know that you were going to take a walk a mid morning walk at ten a. m. during your break and the phone rings At nine fifty five. What are you GONNA do? Are you just going to take that phone call and continue going or are you gonna pass this home home. Paul If you're working for yourself maybe you can go to voicemail and that'll be fine if you're working for someone else and you're getting paid to answer the phone. That might not work. But what's the other option. The other options maybe pick up the phone and say hey. I've got a ten o'clock point mint right. I've got ten o'clock appointment something that's on my calendar. I've got something on my schedule this morning at ten. Can I give you a call back when I get back in between ten. Twenty and ten thirty. Will that work for you if not. What's a better time for you? And then you compare your schedules and you find a better time but until you start to value that time that you have for yourself because you are motivated to take take care of yourself then you're not going to be committed so take a look at your schedule. Understand what time of the day works. Best for you so for me. I'm a morning kind of person with exercise but I haven't always been that way. I used to be an evening exercise or sized person so for instance. I would come home from work. I would change clothes I would may be have dinner. And then maybe thirty or or forty five minutes later I might head to the gym and work out and that was my schedule. Then I didn't have a lot of responsibilities in the evening so that worked really well for me. The job that I was in that particular time it required to be at work really early in the morning and and so I was. You know giving my sleep a little bit more of a priority at that point in time but then it changed somewhere along along the lines at change and switched to being a morning person. I've been there on my gosh. I'd say at least two may may be fifteen to twenty years and that time in the morning gave me the solitude. ooh that I needed. It gave me that moment to refresh myself or get myself together before I got ready to jump into the business of the day day and I've found that as I got older that was the time of the day that worked best for me and so part of it is when you're thinking about when you're we're going to schedule it and how much time you schedule you have to think about your life's out and what works best for you now. Granted I pretty much do most of my exercise in the morning but there have been times when just to get it in. I've had to go later in the day because maybe something started. You know that early in the morning maybe I was out of town and I was coming back in and so I couldn't get in until later in the day and now also I have a daughter and when she frequently likes to work APP but she likes to work out in the evening and so she likes for me to work out with her. So yeah you heard it. So sometimes uh-huh I am popping up in the gym twice a day. I'm getting in my morning workout. What I need to do for me? Okay because I value my help and and then being a good mom in the evening because I value her health and I understand that she wants me to do this with her and and so yes. There are plenty of days where I'm now getting in two workouts a day but the best suggestion that I can give you is to schedule. Treat it like an appointment if somebody comes in if somebody needs something if you're scheduling an appointment you already have it on your calendar and so you know we'll. Hey actually you know I'm not GONNA be able to fit that in. I've already got something else in that timeslot. Can we pick something else. What's another corruption? So yeah definitely go with that all right number. Two one of the things we need to get away from thinking is that exercise has to be this big commitment like I have to go to the gym and I have to put it in forty five minutes on the elliptical and then I gotTa do my upper body on Tuesdays and Thursdays my lower bodies on Sundays and Wednesdays Saturdays. I'd take off our wait like there's a whole production like no. That is so not.

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"one reasons" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Watson return was one reason for the Texans resurgence. He did not throw an interception over the final six games of the season. The second game tomorrow feature the Seahawks and Cowboys in Arlington. The lions changed quarter. A coach's last year they won't be changing quarterbacks this year, which I'm Bob Quinn's saying in no uncertain terms that Matthew Stafford isn't going anywhere. Former Georgia quarterback. Justin fields is reportedly visiting Ohio State today and is expected to enroll their West Virginia will reportedly hire Troy's Neil Brown as its next head coach JR Sega Whiteside of Stanford bypassing senior year for the NFL draft. As is Notre Dame corner. Julian love, George Welch who coach Virginia for nineteen years and navy passed away earlier this week at the age of eighty five in the NBA tonight. The Celtics hosts the Mavericks, they could be without Kyrie Irving again due to an eye injury. While the bus. Bucks over their fifth straight when they host the hawks by Putin older faces his former team for the first time in the Pacers look to make it six straight against the bulls in Chicago number chocolate talk about the NFL wild card games and the college football championship game right here on CBS sports radio. Next. I'd like to introduce. Southern colorado. It's your live and local sports talk show. Good and terrible. I think he to become real homie. We find these guys. Man. I hate those guys. Here's your host Ryan Kaufman with a gun father of Colorado Springs, sports radio. Welcome into a Friday.

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"one reasons" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one reasons" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"And there was a very seasoned executive at history who had been scouting it. And and we were going to do a big event around it. And you know, he came back and said, we can do a live event, and it'll cost, you know, x number of millions of dollars in this is what it'll be and I should should've shot my mouth off in a meeting and said, you know, I can do it for much less because I had come from you know, like down and dirty production. And and at the time, you know, for one reason or another Charlie May Day who is the head of programming at the time and Abby said fine, do it. And I was like, oh, God, you know, because you said you could do I could do it for less. Yeah. And then, you know, history channel was only about six or seven years old at the time. So if you could do it for less you were gonna win you know, that was the name of the game. And lo and behold, you know, my when I spent I did a trip over the summer scouting, you know, had worked with the the army and the navy. They control Ford island. And and we became the exclusive you know, we were going to cover it and we had access to the USS Arizona four the anniversary. And it was going to be both a Japanese and a US anniversary and then nine eleven happened. And so the significance of that sixtieth anniversary became very very powerful. But the army and the navy honor their commitment to us because we had been there all summer sort of scouting and planning. And so it became a very pivotal moment for history. If you've been to the USS, Arizona, only one camera can really fit, and and preserve the solemness of the memorial. And so in the national news that night everybody was talking about the history channel, and that was a big moment for us. We were young network, and and I had to navigate, you know, a lot of angry newsdesks like you're not the pool camera..

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